Impossible Burrito Bake

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  • Mix Bisquick, water and refried beans together and put it in the bottom of a greased pie plate.
  • Brown and drain seasoned ground beef; put on top of mixture in pie plate.
  • Add salsa and then cheese.
  • Bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes at 350 or till golden brown.
  • If you let it sit for about 15 minutes, it tends to cut more like a pie.
  • Serve with extra salsa, sour cream and tortilla chips.
  • Can be made the night before and refrigerated; then put in the oven.

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  1. Sharlene~W
    Thought it would have better if the salsa and some cheese were mixed with the meat before baking. The bottom was soggy, the meat dry with a layer of salsa and cheese on the top. Could have made a much tastier dish with my pound of hamburger.
  2. Allyson
    My husband LOVED this meal. I usually don''t like burritos myself (strangely I prefer tacos), but this was really good. If you don''t like re-fried beans, don''t worry, because while you can still taste them, the texture is 100 times better! Usually a meal in our house yields a couple of days of left-overs (I freeze everything), but this was gone in less than a day!
  3. Lennie
    What a fast, easy, yummy meal! DH and I will get two meals out of this ... excellent for just 1 lb of gr.beef. I'll be making this again; it was a big hit.
  4. Brenda
    I really enjoyed this recipe. I used taco seasoned meat. Before serving, I layered it with fresh chopped onions and tomatoes, served with a side of sour cream. Easy and delicious. Thanks, Brenda
  5. HoosierMomOf5
    Wow! This was the best. I also used taco seasoning on the meat and threw in some black olives. After baking I topped it with sour cream, fresh tomatoes, a little lettuce and some tortilla chips. We kind of mixed it all together and it made an awesome taco salad sort of thing. Dh is so picky about what he eats and he gushed over this one. Quick, easy and really very inexpensive to make. Thanks!



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